Translation of prose in Spanish:

prose

prosa, n.

Pronunciation /prəʊz//proʊz/

noun

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    Literature
    prosa feminine
    before noun prose author prosista feminine
    • prose style estilo prosístico
    • prose works obras en prosa
    • To say that a man cannot write clear prose is not necessarily to blame him.
    • And these were many, written in his much admired and inimitable prose style.
    • In a field that is often obscure, he was a master of lucid prose.
    • The book is plagued by turgid prose, facile observations, and far-fetched inferences from limited evidence.
    • So I think people who are trying to help students genuinely write better English prose are doing a noble service.
    • I chose prose narrative fiction as the crucial focus of comparison and confrontation among cultures of the world.
    • In order to obtain formal grace, prose writers had to lessen their ambitions.
    • His lifelong concern with the South also pervades most of his non-fiction prose works.
    • The author is no great prose stylist but the writing is competent and fluent.
    • In all his writings the fruits of observation and reflection were exhibited in lucid prose.
    • But Nabokov's beauty is to be found in his stunningly original poetic prose.
    • This is where the prose poem can develop as a major form.
    • The author's prose throughout the work is little short of flawless.
    • Strive for lively prose, leaning on strong verbs and sharp nouns.
    • The author's prose is clear and his image of Zimbabwe is accessible and understandable, if perhaps oversimplified.
    • The novel's lyrical prose and descriptions are its strong points.
    • All infused new life and elegance into Urdu prose.
    • Beautifully written in lyrical prose, it includes some wonderful turns of phrase.
    • His approach allowed me to see that not all food writing has to be flowery prose.
    • He points to the clear, simple prose of Ernest Hemingway and Samuel Beckett as examples of brilliant writing that is not bewildering for its complexity.
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    school University
    ejercicio de traducción inversa masculine